Both Officer Darren Wilson & Black America Deserve an Apology

Officer Darren Wilson Deserves an Apology Or how you can’t have it both ways By Nate Thayer March 4, 2015 Yesterday, the U.S. Justice department, with the compliant complicity of the media, released a remarkably well choreographed excercise in the carcinogenic power of PR spin to obfuscate the truth and control the narrative. It should […]

The Associated Press founding North Korean bureau chief resigns

Jean H. Lee said her departure was amicable and “no surprise” to AP management Nate Thayer January 6, 2015 Six days after the December 24 NKNews article on the Associated Press news operation in North Korea, AP’s founding North Korea bureau chief has resigned after a nearly 20 year career with the media organization. Jean […]

Google Chief’s Teenage Daughter Blog Puts AP North Korea News Bureau to Shame: A Comparative Analysis

Amateur Journalism of Teenage Daughter of Google Chief Puts AP North Korea Reporting to Shame: A Comparative Analysis Exactly one year ago, the Associated Press was granted permission to open a news bureau in North Korea, becoming the first western media agency to set up an official operation, providing what was to be a major […]

The Death of Credible Media in the Internet Age: Media More Dead Than Non Existent GF of Sports Celebrity

The Death of Credible Media in the Age of the Internet: Media Standards More Dead Than Non Existent Therefore Not Dead Girlfriend of Football Celebrity  By Nate Thayer For months, major news outlet once known for being credible, reliable sources of information with rigorous internal standards ensuring accuracy and quality control, from the New York […]

AP Exclusive: U.S. News Agency Sells Reputation to North Korea for Access to Exactly No News

AP Exclusive: U.S. News Agency Sells its Former Good Name to Serve as a Propaganda Arm of the World’s Most Repressive Govt in Exchange for Access Which has Produced Exactly  No News and Undermined the Principles of a Free Press The Associated Press Korea coverage is nothing short of a stain on, and an embarrassment […]

How White Are You? And What The Heck is a “Cornball Brother”?: Important Questions in Sports Journalism

How White Are You? And What The Heck is a “Cornball Brother”?: Important Questions in Sports Journalism By Nate Thayer An American sports journalist for ESPN, Rob Parker, got fired today for comments he made yesterday calling into question exactly how black the Washington Redskins football star quarterback Robert Griffin 3rd is, calling him a “Cornball […]

Oops. That Hits a Bit Close to Home: Second Thoughts on North Korean Propaganda

Oops. That Hits a Bit Close to Home: Second Thoughts on North Korean Propaganda By Nate Thayer I had my finger on the enter button to post a snarky comment about recent satellite photos from Google Earth which revealed a message of praise, each letter measuring 49 feet wide and 65 feet high, carved into […]